how to say “flexible” in Hebrew

גָּמִישׁ

The Hebrew word for flexible is גמיש , or גמישה when referring to something or feminine or to a female.

For example:

אני לא יודע באיזו שעה בדיוק אני מגיע – את גמישה?

I don’t know exactly at what time I’m arriving – are you flexible?

And flexibility? That’s גמישות , for example:

אחת התכונות שאנחנו מחפשים היא גמישות.

One of the traits we’re looking for is flexibility.

and

שיעורים פרטיים בעברית מאפשרים גמישות מקסימלית.

Private Hebrew lessons allow for maximum flexibility.

גמיש is derived from the Aramaic word גמש   meaning bent.

After having studied literature and linguistics on the bachelors level and psychology on the masters, Ami decided to draw upon his hobby of learning languages, his understanding of human thought processes and his skill of explaining complex ideas in simple terms, to found a program that enables people to speak Hebrew with confidence.

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